This linen-era postcard features what is describes as a "typical beach scene" along Highway 90, on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
On the reverse, you can read
U. S. Highway 90, "The Old Spanish Trail," runs along the world's longest man-made sand beach, 26 miles long and 300 feet wide, on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
Learn more about U. S. Highway 90 in Mississippi.
It was published by Emrich News Agency of Gulfport, Mississippi and is a Genuine Curteich-Chicago "C. T. Art-Colortone" post card.
According to Mashburn's
The Postcard Price Guide, A Comprehensive Reference,
the Linen Era postcards were produced between 1930-1945. The paper has a linen-like texture, which gives this type of card a distinctive appearance.
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